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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Hai Chen Tan ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Tan, Hai Chen.|
|LC Classifications||TH215 .C37 2010|
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Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction describes a methodology for the 'live' capture of reusable project knowledge that reflects both the organisational and human dimensions of.
Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction describes a methodology for the 'live' capture of reusable project knowledge that reflects both the organisational and human dimensions of knowledge capture and reuse, as well as exploiting the benefits of technology.
This methodology was developed in response to the shortcomings of current Cited by: Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction describes a methodology for the 'live' capture of reusable project knowledge that reflects both the organisational and human dimensions of knowledge capture and reuse, as well as exploiting the benefits of technology.
A method for the live capture of reusable project knowledge in construction and other project-based industries is described here. The starts by reviewing key concepts of knowledge management and highlighting shortcomings of current practice for.
Author details Preface 1 Introduction Background The need for live capture and reuse of project knowledge The objectives and contents of the book 2 Knowledge Management - Key Concepts Defining knowledge Knowledge management Functionalist vs.
interpretivist Information systems vs. human resource management Knowledge management --key concepts --Reusable project knowledge --generation and capture --Collaborative learning in construction --Methodology for live knowledge capture and reuse of project knowledge --The system --Concluding notes --Appendices: Table comparing the various knowledge management process models --Details of the types.
Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Defining knowledge Knowledge management Benefits and barriers to KM KM processes KM in construction The importance of ‘live’ capture and reuse of proj. The efforts to share and reuse knowledge generated on construction projects are undermined mainly by the loss of important insights and knowledge due to the time lapse in capturing the knowledge.
A methodology for the live capture and reuse of project knowledge is then presented and discussed. The methodology, which comprises a web-based knowledge base, an integrated work-flow system and a project knowledge manager as the administrator, allows project knowledge to be captured live from ongoing projects.
Capture And Reuse Of Project Knowledge In Construction Full Online [EBOOK] - Capture And Reuse Of Project Knowledge In Construction Describes A Methodology For The Live Capture Of Reusable Project Knowledge That Reﬂects Both The Organisational And Human Dimensions Of Knowledge Capture And Reuse As Well As Exploiting The.
The case studies explored the various types of reusable project knowledge which are important to be captured from construction projects, the learning situations/events from which reusable project knowledge is created (Kamara et al., ) and can be captured, current approaches for the capture and reuse of project knowledge and the requirements Cited by: 5.
A strategy for live capture and reuse of project knowledge. Based on the findings from the case studies reported in CAPRIKON Report, a strategy for the ‘live’ capture and reuse of project knowledge was developed.
The strategy attempts to capture reusable project knowledge (RPK) generated from various knowledge/learning situations once Cited by: The body of knowledge summarizes the construction project management steps and implementation techniques into construction project management methods.
These methods will steer the thinking logic of construction project management personnel to be active and helpful and this will have a positive affect on the enforcement and execution of every step.1/5(1).
Currently I supervise four doctoral students and am involved in the supervision of both undergraduate and postgraduate research projects at University of Salford. I am a co-author of Capture and reuse of project knowledge in construction, a book highly recommended for construction industry professional.
Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction. Lookup NU author(s): Dr John Kamara Downloads. Full text is not currently available for this by: Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction, (), John Wiley & Sons, An organisation’s competitive advantage lies in the knowledge of its employees and the organisation’s ability to harness that knowledge to meet business objectives.
Capture project knowledge at all times. Constant improvement; In other words don’t wait until your next project to do things differently, but act immediately and plan ahead.
It requires learning lessons as you encounter them. This is difficult, especially when your focus is. knowledge management strategy for construction firms. Basic definitions of knowledge and • The actual processes, procedures and tools required to capture, share and reuse knowledge. data or project knowledge that is to be managed.
'Knowledge management processes' refer to the tasks and activities that are. in Peter Drucker’s seminal book, The Age of Discontinuity: Guidelines to Our Changing Society. Thirty-two years later, Drucker, who by then was one of We capture knowledge of every project through a process that Capturing the Value of Project.
k Followers, Following, 2, Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from • PROJECT KNOWLEDGE • (@project_knowledge). CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR LIVE CAPTURE AND REUSE OF PROJECT KNOWLEDGE John M.
Kamara1, Chimay J. Anumba2, Patricia M. Carrillo2 and Nasreddine (Dino) Bouchlaghem2 1School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK @ 2Department of Civil & Building Engineering, Loughborough University, UK @; Cited by: 16 Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction standard or format specifi ed with the details required, adding context.
to the knowledge depicting where the knowledge was generated. and used, where the knowledge may be useful and the conditions for. reuse (Hansen and Davenport, ). Step Guide to Knowledge Capture. Purpose. Codify and document specific and analytic knowledge in a manner that others can re-use and adapt it for their specific use.
Description. Knowledge capture is a very common method of transferring knowledge. While it is often not the most effective method, it is the most visible and easy to understand File Size: 49KB. [This Article Provided Courtesy of PMI] Good requirements management is hard work, but worth it.
This article gives you some insights on the basic elements of project requirements knowledge management and encourages you to think strategically and invest some energy in the fuzzy front end of projects.
in the field. A common example is used throughout this book to illustrate project management of the design and construction process. This book is based on the author's experience in working with hundreds of proj- ect managers in the engineering and construction industry. Much of. Effective transfer of knowledge from lessons learned is not solely to other project teams, but also to the organization as a whole.
These organizations which are more mature will capture lessons learned not just from the project team, but also from customers, contractors, and other internal staff. Keywords: knowledge management, construction projects, knowledge based decision support system, multiply criteria analysis 1.
Introduction In the recent times, construction projects have turned into a more complicated, dynamic and interactive scenario.
Project managers are constantly required to speed-up reflective decision-makings on time File Size: KB. Supply-side knowledge management includes collecting documents and files, capturing information and work products, and storing these forms of explicit knowledge in : Stan Garfield.
How to create, capture, and reuse time management knowledge within and between projects HELENA LADAN Tutor, Chalmers: Jonas Hjerpe Tutor, company: Jacques Pesce Department of Technology Management and Economics Division of Innovation Engineering and Management CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Göteborg, Sweden !.
Chimay J. Anumba is the author of Knowledge Management Construction ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), E-Business in Construction (/5(5).
Understanding the different types of knowledge - and in particular the difference between explicit and tacit knowledge - is a key step in promoting knowledge sharing, choosing the right information or knowledge management system, and implementing KM initiatives. Volume 4, Issue 2, May ISSN: (Print) (Online) Live capture and reuse of project knowledge in construction organisations.
Philosophers and Knowledge Management. Heraclitus: philosophy of change, a challenge for knowledge management.
projects computer science education energy-aware systems ideas knowledge capture, sharing and reuse in the partial college level book report template pd analysis of Using the semantic web for project information; the semantic web for project information management and.
The next book on our list is more of a comprehensive, detailed read written for skilled and experienced construction managers. This book contains detailed knowledge and packed text focusing on project scheduling. The book includes tutorials for the four most common scheduling software programs and how to integrate the two effectively.
accumulated a wealth of knowledge from its operations, including innovations, good practices, lessons, and ways to tackle challenges during project design and implementation. The capture, sharing, and eventually reuse of the knowledge, play an increasingly important role in.
Construction Management and Economics. Search in: Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction. Ken Thomas. Pages: Stakeholder impact analysis in construction project management Olander Vol - Issue 3. Published online: 26 Mar Ly, E, Anumba, C J and Carrillo, P M () Knowledge management practices of construction project managers.
In: Khosrowshahi, F (Ed.), 21st Annual ARCOM Conference, SeptemberSOAS, University of London. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 1, File Size: 60KB. This book not only covers construction project management processes, but also common construction management software, like Primavera and Microsoft Project.
Readers should note that, while it’s still applicable to the U.S. construction industry, this book is focused on construction in India. A Guide to Capturing Lessons Learned Page 1 A Guide for Capturing Lessons Learned.
Throughout a project’s life cycle, we learn lessons and discover opportunities for improvement. As a key part of The Nature onservancy’s onservation b y Design principles, documenting lessons learned helps a project team discover both strengths and Size: 1MB.
An experienced-based book on managing organizational knowledge outlines the fundamentals and evolution of the discipline, and presents strategies, tools and templates to create an effective knowledge management environment.
Ultimately, the book is a “call for action” to manage a valuable organizational asset before it is too late. Project stages Construction management or construction project management (CPM) is the overall planning, coordination and control of a project from beginning to completion.
CPM is aimed at meeting a client's requirement in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project. Fig 4 Project Life Cycle of a Constructed Facility /3/.Keywords: Case Study, Knowledge Conversion, Project Change, Shared problem-solving.
INTRODUCTION OF THE PAPER The aim of this paper is to present the findings of the case study of a research study on managing construction project change in the knowledge age. The paper begins with presenting the background to the research study.Explicit Knowledge Sharing and IT.
IT is useful in most stages of the knowledge sharing process, and it is used for content management as well as data and text mining (looking for hidden knowledge, relationships, etc. within data and documents). Content management systems are used to update, distribute, tag, and otherwise manage content.
They may include a wide range of functions, including.